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storm recovery. "this is our community and these are our people." how organizations and community members are teaming up- to get parts of our area back to normal- after a massive tornado ripped through. tonight we have live team coverage.and-godzilla gone wild.. "it's sort of a middle of the road, tough to call forecast." virginia has seen some crazy weather lately- but what does all this mean for spring?we take a closer look at el nino.then-preparing for the show.people have a real misconception about horses. there's a big horse show in our area- and horse owners are getting prepared.what they want you to know about the animals- in tonights ag life report. the national weather service confirming a tornado hit appomattox county- this as both the governor and the county declare a state of
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tornado recorded in appomattox county since 1950.now tonight- people are starting to clean up. governor mcauliffe went to appomattox county today to tour the damage. this afternoon he visited white pine drive-- where many houses were demolished-- and spoke with neighbors. the governor said he couldn't believe the destruction-- and he's relieved people took shelter when they did. if this had happened in the middle of the night, i'll tell you this, fatalities would have been way up. the kids were in school they kept the kids in school. so folks are very smart. after his tour through appomattox, the governor headed to waverly virginia, where three people were killed in the storm- including a 2-year-old boy. we have live team coverage tonight as people try to get their lives back to normal. wfxr's kristen eskow is in danville- where god's pit crew is mobilizing to help get people much needed supplies. chief meteorologist john carroll has details on those
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appomattox county schools are closed again tomorrow as people
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tornado there had a massive damage path.but it wasn't the only one in our area.chief meteorologist john carroll is in the pinpoint weather center to show us the two twisters- john? .overnight...mostly cloudy. isolated rain and snow showers thisscattered flurries. lows in the mid 20s. northwestwinds 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 45 mph. chance ofprecipitation 20 percent..friday...mostly sunny. scattered flurries in the morning. highsin the upper 30s. northwest winds 15 to 20 mph with gusts 40 mph. wind chill values as low as 9 above in the morning..friday night...partly cloudy. lows in the mid 20s. northwestwinds 10 to 15 mph. gusts up to 30 mph in the evening.. highs in the winds around 10 mphwith gusts up to 20 mph. we now know the name of a missing man who was found dead after yesterday's the appomattox county sheriff's 78-year-old edward harris evergreen last night.home was destroyed by the 7 others in appomattox hurt. continuing our team coverage- organizations in our area - are doing what they can - to help the victims of yesterday's tornadoes. w-f-x-r's kristen eskow spoke with members of god's pit crew - to find out how they're lending a helping hand. :00-:05:21-:26:53-:58 kristen intro: "members of god's pit crew have visited three different areas in virginia affected by the tornadoes to assess the damage. the next step is delivering assistance to the victims."as virginia's tornado victims try to begin the process of picking up the pieces and rebuilding - members of god's pit crew are figuring out what they can do to help.cline: "once they decide this is where we're going, then we have to decide what equipment and we start loading trucks with skid steers and with product." johnson: "most everywhere we've ever been to respond to disasters, especially tornadoes, we hear one repeating thing over and over: 'we never thought it would happen here.' a little scary when it gets really close to home."director randy johnson says the group plans to go to
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victims. they'll start by bringing products like water and toiletries to those in need - and also help with cleanup - clearing downed trees and other debris. johnson: "right now, we'll be sending out three tractor trailers to tapohannock. most of those loaded with equipment. we're sending a truck, one truck to appomattox. once things get settled, as much as they need johnson says volunteers will least several days at each also meet with local leaders to they can help - over the long johnson: "it's great to be able to those who feel like there know, when everything's their lives are shattered all kristen tag: "about 30-40 volunteers are leave tomorrow morning to start cleanup and deliver danville - kristen
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officials from god's pit crew say they prefer monetary donations at this time - over donations of products.if you would like to donate or learn more about becoming a volunteer for god's pit crew - head to our website - virginia first dot com. a big concern for people affected by the storm- is finding a place to stay.two shelters have been set up. one is at the appomattox community center on community lane- and the other is at the pamplin fire department on pamplin road.but these shelters will not allow pets county said in a news conference today- there are options for your animals. you can reach the appomattox county animal shelter at the number on your screen. we also have this information listed dot com. the red cross is also in the area helping people who have lost everything.wfxr's sophia borrelli shows us how the
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appomattox county- is bringing hope to the community. 0:15 - 0:250:39 - 0:491:08 - 1:15 homes destroyed as people picked up the pieces of what was left.not knowing where to go, the american red cross stepped in right away to set up shelters. george patterson had no electric or running water in his home. george patterson/lost power in home: "it was warmer outside for real than it is in the house and so i was walking in the morning you know just trying to stay warm. i didn't know where to go and what to do." george says without the red cross shelter, he wouldn't have a place to sleep. george patterson/lost power in home: "i didn't know what i was going to do tonight."as soon as the word spread about the damages, the red cross knew they had to spring into action. nathan wittkamp/director blue ridge region american red cross: "we rolled in on 460 and the first house we responded to we did an assessment with the family and gave them financial assistance, and then it was pretty clear after that, there was going to be much more than one house."about 20 volunteers came to the rescue. some who were affected by the tornado helped others before themselves.nathan wittkamp/director blue ridge region american red cross: "right over the hill here, one of our volunteers lives and so when we drove in yesterday, we saw her out in a field going to check on her neighbors."for those who have lost everything, they can standup: "come here to the appomattox community center for a place to stay. and nathan says the shelter will stay open as long as people need it."nathan wittkamp/director blue ridge region american red cross: "and we're going to be here as long as it takes. i mean this is where we live so, we're not going anywhere."which is lucky for george and others who will be without power for some
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if you would financial red cross, you can head to our website at and it's not just the red cross stepping up to help. the local football team was also out today cleaning up.the appomattox county high school football team-- was out helping the community rebound. today the entire team rolled up their sleeves to help clear debris. "down the road in life they are going to run into some problems and they need to know
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about other people." coming up at 10:30- we went along with the team - and they explain why pitching in - is so important. coming up-godzilla el nino. we've had snow- ice- and tornados this season- but what does it all mean for spring?we take a closer look- next. plus-what goes in to making sure a horse is ready for a show?coming up in tonight's ag life report- we get a preview of a festival this weekend-
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flurries. lows in the mid 20s. northwestwinds 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 45 mph. chance ofprecipitation 20 percent..friday...mostly sunny. scattered flurries in the morning. highsin the upper 30s. northwest winds 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to40 mph. wind chill values as low as 9 above in the morning..friday night...partly cloudy. lows in the mid 20s. northwestwinds 10 to 15 mph. gusts up to 30 mph in the evening. .saturday...sunny. highs in the mid 40s. west winds around 10 mphwith gusts up to 20 mph. .saturday night...mostly clear. lows around 30. west winds around10 mph with gusts up to 30 mph..sunday and sunday night...mostly clear. highs in the lower 60s.lows in the mid 30s. .monday through tuesday night...partly cloudy. highs in the upper50s. lows around 40..wednesday...partly sunny. highs in the upper 50s. .wednesday night and
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a 50 percentchance of rain showers. lows in the upper 30s. highs in the 57-1:04 special report.ahead in this look at what's i take a closer active weather? in line for more the commonwealth calm down, or is weather will that mean the spring, but does as we head into gradually weaken forecast to el nino is months. the past few virginia over kitchen sink in and the whole to rain, snow, has contributed measured, and strongest ever books as the in the record nino may go down the ongoing el $$50s.lowerhighs in the the upper 30s. showers. lows in chance of rain 50 percent cloudy with a thursday...mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain showers. lows in the upper 30s. highs in the
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the ongoing el nino may go down in the record
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to rain, snow, and the whole kitchen sink in virginia over the past few months.el nino is forecast to gradually weaken as we head into spring, but does that mean the weather will calm down, or is the commonwealth in line for more active weather? i take a closer look at what's ahead in this special report. 57-1:04 godzilla el nino. no, it's not exactly a giant monster parading through downtown roanoke, but it has sparked some wild weather in southwest virginia from historic flooding to record heat to crippling winter storms. predicting what's next is no easy task, but i'm going to give it a shot. since climatologists began measuring the temperatures of the pacific ocean in 1950, only two el ninos have lived up to the strength of "godzilla": the 82-83 el nino and the 97-98 el nino. all three of these monster el ninos have led to one thing in virginia a lot of moisture. el nino often splits the jet stream into two branches the sub-tropical jet to the south and the polar jet to the north. when the moisture of the sub-tropical jet meshes with the cold air from the polar jet, strong storms wallop southwest virginia with either snow or rain depending on the season. "quote" during the height of this current el nino, virginia has averaged just shy of 40 inches of water which is nearly 8 inches above average. the strong el ninos of the 80s and 90s also had a large surplus of moisture. so does that mean more snow and
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out winter and head into spring? no! here's why. el nino is forecast to weaken through march, april, and may. while conditions are forecast to stay fairly wet in march, history shows us that conditions directly after the previous strong el ninos have been exceptionally dry in virginia. i predict it will be an abnormally dry start to the growing season in southwest virginia, especially in april and may. so what type of temperatures can we expect? well, the determining factor may not have anything to do with el nino. we can get a better idea of what temperatures we will see by taking a look at a pair of smaller scale circulations: the north atlantic oscillation and the arctic oscillation, more commonly known as the polar vortex. when both of these measurements are positive, the jet stream bottles up cold air to our north. a couple of months ago, we predicted the positive nao would lead to an unusually mild start to winter. well as it turns out, virginia experienced the warmest december since records began in 1895. a short time later, the weather pattern completely flipped. "just two weeks after the nao turned negative, over a foot of snow fell on southwest virginia." when these oscillations once again turned negative in the middle of february, temperatures in southwest virginia plummeted to the single digits. over the next two weeks, the arctic oscillation is projected to stay negative, but the north atlantic oscillation is forecast to be positive. "it's sort of a middle of the road, tough to call forecast." ultimately, these circulations aren't as reliable in the long term as the el nino pattern. "you can carry it as a forecast tool out 3-6 months to the longer extent than you could with the smaller scale circulations." history tells us we will most likely experience a slightly warmer than average spring. with severe weather on our minds, i'm sure many our wondering if we'll see more of what we saw yesterday. there may be some more active weather in march, but that potential for a dry april and may does point to less of a
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coming up- spring.later this a severe threat point to less of and may does for a dry april that potential in march, but active weather may be some more yesterday. there of what we saw we'll see more wondering if many our wondering if of what we saw yesterday. there active weather in march, but for a dry april and may does a severe threat later this spring. spring.later this a severe threat point to less of and may does for a dry april that potential in march, but active weather may be some more yesterday. there of what we saw we'll see more wondering if many our minds, i'm sure weather on our with severe with severe weather on our minds, i'm sure wondering if we'll see more yesterday. there may be some more active weather that potential for a dry april
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coming up- a festival- things horses.why participants say- this event could clear up some misconceptions about the animals- next in the ag life
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horse owners from near and far are coming together to show off their horses at the upcoming virginia-north carolina horse festival. w-f-x-r's charlie cooper got a preview today of what to expect at the festival and shows us how the horses are preparing for the big day. 17-2136-41 nat soundsherri garner-horse ownersthis horse has been shown everywhere.
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national championships for farisians.track 1now this beauty will be one of 50 horses shown at the upcoming virginia north carolina horse festival. jamie stowe-virginia cooperative extensionthe arena here is empty right now but we have a full day of activities planned. our ever popular parade of breeds where people get to see a lot of different breeds of horses.track 2and learn a bit about their history from owners like sherri garner.sherri garner- horse ownerspeople have a real misconception about horses. varieties of breeds of horses are used for a lot of differen things. these guys are multi- purpose. they do carriage, they pull plows.charlie cooper reportingthis marks the second year for the horse festival but for zaphira here, this year will be her first time. track 3and preparation for the event looks like this.track 4 lots of exercise and a bit of pampering.sherri garner-horse ownersthey get a really nice massage bath. they get all the hair on their nose and around their eyes trimmed off.track 5 so when it's show time they're ready to strut their stuff. in chatam charlie cooper, w-f-x-r news.
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on how you can attend- head to our website- virginia first dot com, and click on the ag life tab. coming up-the whole team pitches in to help clean up. next- why the appomattox county football team decided to roll up their sleeves. and-who is bernie sanders?it's our last candidate profile before super tuesday.how the vermont senator is trying to
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in tonight's in tonight's local good news report-people are helping one another in appomattox county- and even the football team is putting their best foot forward to help out.the appomattox county high school football team won its first ever state title this past season-- behind the motto of "power of one"--helping the community rebound from tragedies this summer. wfxr's paris holmes followed them around as they rolled up their sleeve to help clear debris. "this is our community and these are our people." appomattox county high school football coach doug smith. he's drving one his players to central baptist church. one of many buildings devastated by he and his team are trying to save what they can...and piling up what they can't. they are taught to take hits on field, but the sight of downed trees, ruined grave stones. crumbled bricks, and broken glass have these
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used to hear this midwest, and now it's just here in front of our faces like did we just see this?" although they are in shock--they rallying around their neighbors as thier neighbors have rallied around them. "since they've been with us the whole season, we decided to give back to them"giving back - one of the lessons coach smith has been teaching all season. "down the road in life they are going to run into some problems and they need to know its now all about them. its about other people." and now for these appomattox county high school football players--it's a lesson learned. in appomattox county, paris holmes, wfxr news. for more information on for more information on how you can help the appomattox and patrick county communities- head to our website-virginia first dot com.
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election headquarters. tonight - we're wrapping up our look - at the candidates running for president. in some polls - bernie sanders has been running in a dead heat - against his only democratic contender.w-f-x-r's bill wadell takes a closer look - at where the u-s senator-- from vermont - stands on the issues important to virginians. presidential candidate "this is a race where you got to get 2400 delegates. 2400 delegates. so we are in this race to win it and i think we are going to pull of one of the great political upsets." bernie sanders - is the longest serving independent politician in congress. the 74-year-old from new york - graduated from brooklyn college - and the university of chicago. sanders has worked as carpenter and documentary film maker - before being elected a the mayor of burlington, vermont - winning by ten votes. the father of 4, grandfather to 7, is known for his battle against income and wealth inequality. bernie wants to increase the minimum wage... have large businesses pay their fair share in taxes... and create a paycheck fairness act... to help bridge the gap for women - earning less than men. sanders has faced criticism - for his proposals like tuition free college and expanding social security - but his camp says there's a clear cut plan to pay for it all - by taxing the most wealthy and closing loopholes and tax breaks. "the reason i think that we are doing so well, is that people are tired of the same old establishment politics. they are tired of the same old establishment economics."bill
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lawmakers are accusing takata of faking test results to cover up the exploding airbag
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over the past 12 years.company officials argued that data on inflator quality and testing ...was manipulated to hide problems.the national highway traffic safety administration says-- the defective airbags could explode sending metal fragments flying.the inflator recall now involves 14 vehicle manufacturers-- and millions of vehicles. check out this video from hawaii.these are the massive waves in hawaii- just in time for the 31st annual quicksilver surf contest-- in memory of surfing legend eddie aikau.it's a competition where the most elite surfers take on monster waves.the eddie- as it's sometimes called- is a rare event, happening only nine times since 1984. conditions need to be just right for the competition, waves of at least 30 feet must
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there are few things in sports more fun and that bring more energy than postseason basketball... and tonight we had exactly that... northside and cave spring both found themselves in a dogfight tonight... a win would put either school into the championship game on friday... highlights from both of those
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all of the teams playing tonight in the 3a west region have already clinched a spot in the state quarterfinals... but that didn't stop them from playing like their lives depended on it... packed house with northside taking on western albemarle1. second quarter action... nick price spin move... beautiful finish ... 25-24 vikings2. to the third... ryan ingram had himself a night... here is two of his game high 19... giving his squad the one point lead... 3. northside starting to pull away though... kendrick tucker with the strong drive into the paint... kisses it high off the glass.. .47-35...4. freshman devon russell getting in on the action... 52-41 vikes 5. and then its carlos boogie
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exclamation point on the win throwing this one down... northside gets the 63-55 win... after the game head coach billy pope says he wants his guys to enjoy tonight and be ready to go tomorrow... billy pope: "first of all we have to enjoy it. that's number one you have to enjoy it. tonight was tough we had to fight through some adversity. i thought they were a tough minded bunch. they just kept coming after us. we will just get ready to play tomorrow night and do what we do. my guys just love playing." northside set to face the winner of cave spring and spotswood...1. brody hicks gets the knights on the board here with this three... cave down 2...2. devin beckner takes it hard baseline... gets it to fall and draws the foul.. making it just a one point spotswood lead2. spotswood played tough... justin kier taking it to the rack.. splits the defenders and get it to drop... he had 19...3. with time expiring in the first quarter its beckner
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the buzzer...17-13 spotswood... 4. mason reyer with the pretty between the legs step back jumper ... silky smooth... cutting the lead to 6...5. spotswood in transition... malik davis to kobe davis... spotswood wins it 63-56... they will face northside for the title tomorrow night at cave spring... the swamp was jumping tonight with catholic hosting north cross in the semifinals of the vic division 2 tournament... look, it's a swamp monster with a sword... if you think that's crazy, this guy is just bananas...1. both teams lit it up in the second quarter... jordan lowery was on fire... drills the 3 to put the raiders up 6...2. but the celtics would answer... lucas myers chucks up his own triple and drains it to cut the lead in half...3. next trip down the floor... it's myers again... he pops out and knocks down the quick release 3... just like reggie miller... game tied at 21...4. but win i told you earlier that lowery was on fire, i mean burning... a deep 3... he had 19 in the first half...
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the win 66-51... the raiders are now in the conference championship game... coming up... the odac tournament is back at the civic center... it was the ladies turn today... highlights from lynchburg and washington and lee are next as
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every year the odac tournament brings intrigue and excitement to the salem civic center... this year is no different... the women competing in the quarterfinal round today... the top seeded hornets of lynchburg facing virginia wesleyan in the early game this afternoon...1. the hornets were open all day inside... good ball movement finds caroline naumann inside for the easy 2... she finished with a double-double...2. she wasn't the only one getting points in the paint... the pass finds chaney forbush for the basket... she led everyone with 20... lynchburg up 11... 3. the hornets would blow it open in the 3rd quarter... charmaine hairston drains the 3...she finished with 10 points... lynchburg rolls to the 73-51 win... they play in the semifinals on saturday...
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of this game... washington and lee facing eastern mennonite... 1. the generals got off to a quick start... jackie clifford nails the triple from the wing to get the scoring started... she led everyone with 13...2. next possession for w and l... emma redding takes it strong to the basket... she makes good use of the glass for 2 points... generals up 5-zip... 3. washington and lee wasn't done yet... shelbi hendricks with the 3 from the top of the key... her shot is pure...it was 11-2 at that point... the generals go on to win 53-48... they now face lynchburg on saturday at 1:00... and finally tonight... score one for the kids... a young boy in afghanistan gained world wide fame recently when he was pictured with a striped plastic bag painted to look like his favorite soccer player, lionel messi... today, the young boy received the real thing... an actual soccer jersey signed by messi himself and delivered by unicef... the
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oh my gosh stephanie, we're like so goth. we're like goth, goth. (knocking on door) honey? i'm dying my hair mom.
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who wants more potatoes? hit me. chelsea, the way it's supposed to work here is that berta serves us dinner. i don't mind. hear that? she doesn't mind. shut up. evelyn: we're back! hey, how'd it go? i don't know what you were worried about. your son is a wonderful driver. oh, well, thanks for taking him, mom. he needs the practice. mmm, pork chops. what are you wearing? grandma bought it for me. pretty cool, huh? you made him dress up as a chauffeur? he loves it. don't get grease on that jacket, dear. yes, miss evelyn. would you like to join us for dinner? oh, no, thanks, i had a late lunch. and she sent a piece of pie out to the car so i could eat, too. anyway, i better get going. well, thanks again, mom. say thanks to grandma. thank you, miss evelyn. good to see you. you, too. oh, i almost forgot. have you two set a wedding date yet?

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